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Thanks for all your advice

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ak-kev, Dec 16, 2009.

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  1. ak-kev

    ak-kev Member

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    ...on the EAA line of pistols. I ended up buying the Elite Match in 10mm and have had it to the range twice now and simply love it! I've only shot around 200rds, but I havent had the first hic-up. I bought another mag from hennings, and they both worked flawlessly! I loaded them up with different loads to see how the gun would react to feeding several different types of ammo in one mag and they performed as designed. No problems. I think these are the best kept secret in the handgun industry. Thanks again to all who offered their opinion during my decesion making process.


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    Im so thrilled with these guns, I've already started my search for a polymer 10mm. :D:D
     
  2. ckone

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    Nice!
    These guns can kind of make you rethink what you should expect from a $500 gun...
     
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    Congrats on the new purchase. Hope you continue to enjoy it.
     
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    Am very glad to know it worked out well for you ---- now all you need are .40/9mm/38 Super etc. etc. conversion units for it !!!!!!
     
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    That is a good looking gun.
     
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    Never seen one of that family with an integrated rail.

    Intriguing.
     
  7. ak-kev

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    That was the only thing I didnt like when I opened the box......the rail. But I understand they are all coming that way now. Oh well, its growing on me the more I play with it and shoot it. I changed the spring to a 20lb and its still throwing brass about 15 feet, so I'll probably go to a 22lb. It is a blast to shoot and very accurate too. Double taps are fairly easy, and the gun just handles well. Like I said, Im impressed. This will let me keep my Colts in the safe and I can shoot the tar out of this one. I would like to start researching the polymer models now.....
     
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